Rose Hayden-Smith | KCET
Rose Hayden-Smith, PhD, is a UC academic and author, writing as the UC Food Observer. Hayden-Smith has worked as a 4-H youth, family and community development and Master Gardener advisor. She also led UC ANR’s sustainable food systems initiative. A trained U.S. historian, her research focuses on food policy, and the role of gardens in community food security.
Post date: 2019-02-21T08:13:11-08:00
World War I changed America. It also left behind lessons that we should still heed today — especially when it comes to our relationship with food.
Post date: 2016-09-27T11:20:52-07:00
UC Researcher Jeff Mitchell has encouraged an increasing number of producers to develop farm systems that are closer to the kinds of systems found in nature. Conservation agriculture, also known as no-till/minimum-till farming, is his passion.
Post date: 2016-09-21T12:37:22-07:00
Dr. Pedro Sanchez examines what normalizing relations with Cuba might mean for the food system in that nation and in the United States.
Post date: 2016-09-15T15:11:18-07:00
Marc Frank, an American journalist who has lived in Cuba for more than two decades, shares his experiences and observations of the food system in Cuba.
Post date: 2016-08-31T08:34:52-07:00
Cuba is in a period of profound change, which is impacting all aspects of life — including the food system.
Post date: 2016-08-24T14:21:07-07:00
Fortino Morales III is dedicated to raising awareness about food access at UC Riverside. His work is part of the UC Global Food Initiative, which seeks to harness UC’s resources to help sustainably and nutritiously feed a growing world population.